May 20, 2024

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

The White House
Biden Announces $2.3B for Climate Resilience, OSW in Gulf of Mexico
President Biden on Wednesday proclaimed climate change a “clear and present danger” to the U.S., to which he would respond “with urgency and resolve.”
Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities
Researchers: New Policies, Data Needed to Respond to Climate Threats
Government officials and utility planners lack the tools and policies needed to address climate change's increasing threat, researchers told the EBA.
NASEO to Granholm: Use FEMA Funds for Grid Resilience
Ensuring grid resilience is “one of the most urgent tasks in the energy sector,” NASEO told Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm.
PG&E Seeks to Finalize Deal with FEMA, Calif. Agencies
The judge overseeing PG&E’s bankruptcy rebuffed the utility’s request to quickly approve agreements signed between it, fire victims and government agencies.
PG&E Resolves Dispute with Fire Victims, FEMA
FEMA dropped its claim to a chunk of the $13.5 billion trust PG&E plans to fund for wildfire victims, removing an obstacle to its exit from bankruptcy.
FEMA Wants $4 Billion from PG&E in Bankruptcy
FEMA's claims that Pacific Gas and Electric owes it more than $3.9 billion have thrown the utility’s Chapter 11 case into disarray.

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